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Unique new homes for Newport

5th April 2011 Print
Barratt’s Pan Meadows development

Buyers seeking exceptional new homes on the picturesque Isle of Wight are now spoilt for choice – thanks to the launch of Barratt’s Pan Meadows development in Newport.

And now the housebuilder is joining forces with local agent, Watson Bull & Porter, to highlight the benefits of buying a brand new property on the island.

“Pan Meadows is an excellent development in a wonderful location and it is already proving very popular,” said Barratt senior sales manager, Zak Long. “Our close relationship with Watson Bull & Porter and presence in its estate agents gives us the perfect opportunity to reach those who may not previously have considered a new build home.

“Apart from the obvious attraction of a brand new home, we offer additional reassuring, benefits to our buyers – from first time buyer schemes to our five year fixture and fittings warranty alongside the NHBC 10 year build warranty.”

“And we are delighted to be working with these outstanding agents to ensure more buyers than ever are aware of this unique development.”

Pan Meadows will offer 846 energy efficient new homes in partnership with Isle of Wight Council and Spectrum Housing Group.

The designs are to be built to high standards and to level 4 of the Code for Sustainable Homes. And all will be powered by a new biomass energy centre which will supply energy from woodchip, sourced primarily from the Island.

Phase one of the development, offering a superb selection of three bedroom houses, was launched just weeks ago. Visitors can already explore four brand new show homes at the site – and they can take a closer look at a multi-use education and community facility known as ‘The Hub’.

Current availability includes the three bedroom Cowslip design, priced from just £179,995 and the Foxglove, also with three bedrooms starts from £209,995.

Pan Meadows, situated between Staplers Road and St Georges Way, will also include a new country park, visitor centre, recreation and play areas teamed with a local recycling centre.

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Barratt’s Pan Meadows development